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Brazil

12 products
Threadfin Geophagus
(Acarichthys heckelii)
Starting at $34.99
…with shades of green and blue, the Threadfin Geophagus is an elegant addition to community cichlid aquariums. Native to the Amazon region of Brazil, the Threadfin Geophagus does best in roomy, 40 gallon or larger aquariums that offer plenty of shelter amongst rocks and plants. Like other cichlids,…
Melon Sword
(Echinodorus osiris)
Starting at $5.99
…stemmed in appearance and are slightly rippled along the edges. Mature leaves are green, while new younger leaves have a reddish tint.Originally from Brazil, the Melon Sword will tolerate hard water and grow in weak lighting. If in strong light, a nutrient-rich substrate and iron-rich fertilizer are…
Blue Cobra Guppy
(Poecilia reticulata)
Starting at $3.99
The Blue Cobra Guppy is one of the more exotically colored of all Fancy Guppies. The male Blue Cobra Guppy has a dark blue body with an orange and black-spotted tail and dorsal fin. The distinct coloration and snakeskin body pattern of the Blue Cobra Guppy makes it a highly sought addition to the…
Sterba's Cory Cat
(Corydoras sterbai)
Starting at $9.99
…with Corydoras haraldschultzi, which is a different species with a lighter background and darker spots.Indigenous to the upper Rio Guapore in Brazil, South America, Sterba's Cory prefers a dark, soft-bottom aquarium shared with upper to mid-water dwelling species. A sparse array of plants, tepid…
Black Phantom Tetra
(Megalamphodus megalopterus)
Starting at $1.49
The Black Phantom Tetra is a very peaceful, schooling fish that comes from the regions of Central Brazil. Receiving its name from its black translucent coloring, the hardy Black Phantom Tetra is great for any community aquarium. Males of the species will have a higher dorsal fin, and display a more…
Queen Angelfish
(Holacanthus ciliaris)
Starting at $199.99
The Queen Angelfish is one of the most striking of all angelfish. Vibrant yellow and electric sapphire-blue highlights give the Queen Angelfish an almost iridescent appearance. It has a dark spot on the forehead surrounded by bright blue. The dorsal and pelvic fins are elongated.With the potential…
Porthole Catfish
(Dianema longibarbis)
Starting at $11.99
…featuring long-sloping heads with pronounced barbels protruding from their mouths. Originating in the inland waters of the Amazon River basin in Brazil and Peru, the Porthole Catfish is mainly found in slow moving creeks, tributaries, floodplain lakes, and ponds. Therefore, they prefer well-planted…
Skunk Cory Cat
(Corydoras arcuatus)
Starting at $9.99
…diet of flakes, tablets, shrimp pellets, tubifex, or other frozen foods. Native to the Rio Unini, a whitewater area of the Rio Negro River in Brazil, the Skunk or Sands' Cory appreciates water currents more so than other members of the Corydoras genus. In the home aquarium they do best in sandy…
Yellowline Goby, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Elacatinus figaro)
Starting at $23.99
…species highly sought after for its brilliant, iridescent golden coloration and limited availability in the industry. As native reef species from Brazil are no longer available for export, captive-bred Yellowline Gobies are the only choice available for hobbyists. Thanks to the achievements of…
Yellow Longwood
(Canna glauca)
Starting at $8.99
The Yellow Longwood, or Canna glauca, is a hybrid of the Canna americanallis. This hybrid is native to Brazil and offers many cultivars. The Yellow Longwood is known for its long blooming season and superior performance in water gardens.Cannas resemble banana trees without the trunk, and are highly…
Brightwell Aquatics BlackWater Water Conditioner
(4525)
Starting at $9.85
…effective method of encouraging spawning in fishes, particularly for Discus, Cardinal Tetras, and other inhabitants of such blackwater rivers as Brazil's Rio Negro. In general, the concentration of humic substances increases substantially during periods of excessive precipitation and/or flooding…
Pitbull (LDA 25) Plecostomus
(Parotocinclus sp.)
Starting at $12.99
…them scavenge and clean your substrate. However, avoid keeping it with larger, aggressive fish that might see the Pitbull Pleco as food. Native to Brazil, the Pitbull Pleco does well singly in 20 gallon aquariums. However, small groups of these peaceful fish are best kept in aquariums of 30 gallons…
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